Ph.D /MS(Engg.) /MS(Research)
Admissions 2020
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NameTAPAS RANJAN GIRI
App. No. PH131077
Program Ph.D /MS(Engg.) /MS(Research)
E-mail Address giritapas143@gmail.com
Date of Birth 28/12/1996
Gender Male
Nationality Indian
State of Domicile Orissa
Country
Aadhaar Number 558538705816
Place of Birth SUKRULI
Category Other Backward Class
OBC - Sub-Classification NCL (Non-Creamy Layer)
Subcategory None
Address Line 1 AT- BEGUNABINDHA
Address Line 2 PO- SUKRULI
Address Line 3 PS- RARUAN
City MAYURBHANJ
State Orissa
Pincode 757039
Mobile Number +91-6372516424
Are you Currently Employed? No
Qualifying Degree
Qualifying Degree Status Year of Passing
M.Sc. (Chemistry) Passed 2019

National Examination Update
National Entrance Test Year and Month Roll Number Rank Score
INSPIRE 2019

National Examination
National Entrance Test Year and Month Roll Number Rank Score
INSPIRE 2019


Academic Details
10 std / SSLC
Board (State/CBSE/ICSE)BSE, ODISHA
Institution and PlaceIDEAL HIGH SCHOOL, SUNAPOSI
Year of Passing2012
Aggregate Percentage80%
Any Specific Comments
Marks in core subjects
Subject Percentage
MATH 92%
ENGLISH 77%
SCIENCE 60%
SOCIAL SCIENCE 72%
FLO 80%
SANSKRIT 99%
12 std / PUC
Board (State/CBSE/ICSE)CHSE, ODISHA
Institution and PlaceRESOSANCE RESIDENTAIL COLLEGE, BHANPUR, CUTTACK
Year of Passing2014
Aggregate Percentage62.1%
Any Specific Comments
Marks in core subjects
Subject Percentage
ENGLISH 49%
SANSKRIT 80
PHYSICS 66%
CHEMISTRY 64%
MATH 39%
BIOLOGY 75%
B.Sc.(H)
Mode of Admission
Admission Registration Number
Year wise/Semester wiseSemester
UniversityNORTH ORISSA UNIVERSITY
Institution and PlaceMPC AUTONOMOUS COLLEGE, BARIPADA, MAYURBHANJ
Major SubjectCHEMISTRY
Year of Passing2017
Aggregate Percentage59.55%
Any Specific Comments
Year/Semester wise performance
Year/SemesterPercentage/CGPA
1 56%
2 40.33%
3 64.66%
4 67.66%
5 63.33%
6 65.33%

M.Sc.
Mode of Admission
Admission Registration Number
Year wise/Semester wiseSemester
UniversityKOLHAN UNIVERSITY
Institution and PlacePG DEPARTMENT KOLHAN UNIVERSITY, CHAIBASA, JHARKHAND
Major SubjectCHEMISTRY
Year of Passing2019
Aggregate Percentage82.06%
Any Specific Comments
Year/Semester wise performance
Year/SemesterPercentage/CGPA
1 76.25%
2 87.25%
3 83.25%
4 81.5%


References
1 TAPAS RANJAN GIRI (email:giritapas143@gmail.com, Phone:6372516424, Address:SO- PRASANTA KUMAR GIRI, AT- BEGUNABINDHA, PO- SUKRULI, PS- RARUAN, DIST- MAYURBHANJ, ODISHA-757039) - Response awaited.

2 DR. BRAJESH KUMAR (email:oscxerox@gmail.com, Phone:8328941105, Address:AT- CHAIBASA, PO- CHAIBASA, DIST- WEST SINGHBHUM- 833201) - Response awaited.


Question 1
What is it about research as a career that interests you the most? In which subject area(s) would you like to pursue research? What led you to choose this area of research?

Response to Question 1
I'd always wanted to be a writer, so I thought my school's professional writing program would help me figure out which writing niche would be best for me. I soon discovered that I had a passion for editing and publishing, so I worked in several related internship programs throughout my time at college. Now, I feel fully ready to take my first big step into the professional world of publishing.
I was drawn to finance while in college. A few of my brother's friends work for Big Four consulting firms, and my brother works in banking, and the type of work they talked about really appealed to me. However, it wasn't until an internship after my second year that I began to develop a highly specific interest in becoming a consultant in the financial advisory sector. These consultants typically work on issues that address financial capabilities, as well as quite often the analytical capabilities within an organization. I was assigned a mentor at that time who helped me understand the field better, and at that point I began mapping out a career plan, which has led me here.
One of my early mentors was my best friend's father—he was a very successful sales director in the software industry, and he was the one who encouraged me to explore opportunities in the industry. But it was the combination of my own explorations, along with the guidance my instructors provided while in school, that confirmed software sales was the right path for me.

Question 2
Describe any project, or laboratory experiment, or research-oriented training programme that you have been involved in. Please highlight the aspects that you particularly enjoyed.

Response to Question 2
Kiriburu-Meghatuburu mines line about 80km from chaibasa. The major product of mines iron ore mainly Haematite. The mines are run by SAIL. The position of the iron mining area of Kiriburu-Meghatuburu in the state of Jharkhand.
Legend has it that when the first iron ore explores came to this region, they were amazed to find the local tribal population using iron axes. When the explorers asked with the tribals where they had found the ore, in a famous hill stations situated in the core of saranda forest (saranda means elephants). Saranda forest is land of seven hundred hills.

Kiriburu-Meghahatuburu iron ore mines is -of great importance in India since it contains very rich and one of the best deposits of iron ore. kiriburu- meghahatuburu are contiguous sharing many local facilities, although kiriburu is in west singbhurn district of the state of Jharkhand to be in odisha keonjhar district, whilst meghahatuburu is in west singbhurn district of the Jharkhand.

The town mainly known for having big iron- ore Mines KIOM, and MIOM both governed by the Steel Authority of India Limited(SAIL). The road connecting the township to the mines is divided by the border of Orisha and Jharkhand. It is also a famous hill station situated in the core of the Saranda forest. Saranda forest is land of seven hundred hills. The name of the forest Saranda is due to the large number of elephants found in this fares The iron ore of these tires is mainly haematite in nature with a minor quantity of siderite &, and limonite.


Question 3
State the reasons on why you want to opt for JNCASR for your advanced research / academic studies.

Response to Question 3
I like to think that the seed of all this was planted when I started my Ph.D. Yet, when I had to decide whether to do one or not, I was scared that I may not be up for it, or that I would waste three years of my life, or worse than I would quit half way through disappointing all the people involved. Luckily, a dear friend of mine came up with a great piece of advice.

He simply said: “Forget about the others and take this opportunity to invest in yourself“. It was a major shift in my mindset and one that ultimately allowed me to get where I am.

So, are you still in doubt if you should start a Ph.D.? If so, here are the first five of ten good reasons for doing a PhD.

Drive for research. This is possibly the best reason of all. If you have experienced a sense of excitement while working at a project of your own during your undergraduate studies, chances are that you will enjoy the opportunity to focus on a problem of cutting-edge research. The rewards of contributing to advance knowledge in any given area can be amazing.

Becoming an expert in your area. This closely follows the previous point and it is almost an unavoidable consequence of working for three to four years exclusively on a specific topic. Whether you believe it or not, you will become an expert in your area (possibly even more than your supervisor!).

Enjoying the academic environment. If you suspect that you may enjoy the academic environment (intellectual stimulation, flexible working hours, mixture of lab and office work), chances are that you will. Of course, doing a PhD can be pretty tough, lonely, and frustrating at times (don’t panic, there will be plenty of advice and support even during the all-too-famous second-year blues!), but ultimately the freedom and challenges that come with working in an academic environment may just make up for everything else.

Available opportunity. Say you have been offered a studentship. What to do? Just go for it. In the worst case scenario, even if you decide that research is not for you, you can still come out of your PhD with a nice Dr title on your credit card and a set of useful skills that you can employ in your next job.

Developing important transferrable skills. Here are some of the most obvious ones: you will learn how to solve problems; how to find relevant information; how to work independently and as a member of a team; how to communicate (by writing, by giving oral and poster presentations, by speaking in public); how to meet deadlines; how to manage your time effectively and how to prioritise your activities. All of these, of course, in addition to very specific technical and computational skills. No doubt it will all be incredibly useful no matter what job you will take up after your PhD.

Declaration
I declare that all the information and entries of marks are correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. If admitted, I shall obey all the rules and regulations of the Centre.
Date of submission : 15-11-2020
Date of printing : 27-01-2021
Signature of the Applicant
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